LSU Performing Arts Series to Present Mnozil Brass March 25 in LSU Student Union Theater
BATON ROUGE – Looking for some unexpectedly fun brass music? An upcoming concert featuring alternative brass band Mnozil Brass could be just the thing.
The comically and musically entertaining Mnozil Brass, a world-class brass septet from Austria, will perform “Magic Moments” on Sunday, March 25, at 8 p.m. in the LSU Student Union Theater. The concert is part of LSU’s Performing Arts Series.
Mnozil Brass’ unique combination of skillful playing and sketch humor is a singular experience not to be missed and will make even the staunchest music lover laugh out loud. In the group’s latest show, titled “Magic Moments,” the seven masters of perceptive brass and song will move and enchant the audience. Throughout finely chiseled arrangements and charming original compositions, the splendid tone colors and timbres of their priceless brass instruments are shown to their full advantage. The groups’ performances are best described as “slapstick meets brass band,” mixing thrilling instrumental skills and fine acting. More information on the group is available at http://mnozilbrass.at.
Admission to the event is free for all LSU students, with presentation of university ID. Tickets for the event are $25 for general admission; $10 for faculty, staff and seniors; and $10 for non-LSU students, with presentation of school ID. Tickets can be purchased online by visiting the LSU School of Music website at http://music.lsu.edu. Tickets can also be purchased by visiting either the box office at the LSU Music & Dramatic Arts Building on Dalrymple Drive or the LSU Student Union, or by calling the box office at 225-578-5128.
For more information on the concert, visit http://www.music.lsu.edu/News/events-pas.html.
The LSU Performing Arts Series is a series of concert events supported by a special fee that was approved by the student body in 1997. The subsidy helps underwrite the costs associated with bringing world-class performances to the LSU campus and community. This series features chamber music, cutting-edge theatre, solo artists and dance companies. Frequently, these guest artists also present master classes and clinics while on campus. These latter events are lagniappe and are usually made available to students and the general community free of charge.